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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Places Archive

This interesting photo taken of Annadale Road with the Aquaduct bringing water from Farrentooreen...

This interesting photo taken of Annadale Road with the Aquaduct bringing water from Farrentooreen Lake to work the Mill wheel, circa 1930's. Note the timber banded wheels on the donkey carts. Ref: Kt298

The Laune Pipe Band march by J.Murphy’s Bar (Sheahans) The Square, Killorglin, circa 1950’s

The Laune Pipe Band march by J.Murphy's Bar (Sheahans) The Square, Killorglin, circa 1950's. Ref: Kt297

This interesting photo was taken from the Ferris Wheel at Bird’s Bizarre which shows...

This interesting photo was taken from the Ferris Wheel at Bird's Bizarre which shows the buildings between the Fairfield and Upper Bridge Street. Champs is to the left with five chimney stacks. Ref:...

A view of the Laune river with The Fishery in the background circa 1980’s....

A view of the Laune river with The Fishery in the background, circa 1980's. The two houses to the right of the photo ere demolished in the early 1990's. Ref: Kt294

A view of the Laune river with Bridie Joy’s picturesque home on the Nun’s...

A view of the Laune river with Bridie Joy's picturesque home on the Nun's Road to the right of the picture. Cloon Island is in the middle distance and Dromin is in the background....

St. James’ Church, Killorglin

St. James' Church, Killorglin. Ref: Kt288

A side gate to St.James’ Church. It is now the location of the Fr...

A side gate to St.James' Church. It is now the location of the Fr Tom Lawlor Bronze Bust which was unveiled in 2003. Ref: Kt289

The Grotto at St.James’ Gardens which was demolished in the 1990’s and replaced by...

The Grotto at St.James' Gardens which was demolished in the 1990's and replaced by a smaller Marion Shrine in a  safety measure to improve road visibility. It was a landmark in St.James' Gardens which...

The old Signal Box of Killorglin Railway Station which later had an extension and...

The old Signal Box of Killorglin Railway Station which later had an extension and was used as a house. It is now the site of Jacko Foley's Shop and Petrol Station on Iveragh Road....

The home of Pa and Mary Houlihan of Castleconway, 1971

The home of Pa and Mary Houlihan of Castleconway, 1971. Ref: Kt292

The old Technical School Killlorglin (The Tech) which was opened in 1936

The old Technical School Killlorglin (The Tech) which was opened in 1936. It was closed in 1983 and demolished to make way for new houses and offices. It was replaced on a new site...

Lower Bridge Street, mid 1920’s

Lower Bridge Street, mid 1920's. Ref: Kt281

Ardmoneil Graveyard, Killorglin 2014

Ardmoneil Graveyard, Killorglin 2014. Ref: Kt283

Peace perfect peace in Ardmoneil Graveyard, Killorglin 2014

Peace perfect peace in Ardmoneil Graveyard, Killorglin 2014. Ref: Kt284

Bryan ‘Bryaneen’ O’Connor who was a well known personality in Killorglin in his day....

Bryan 'Bryaneen' O'Connor who was a well known personality in Killorglin in his day. He was the first person interred in Ardmoneil Graveyard when it opened in the summer of 1987. Ref: Kt285

Bryan ‘Bryaneen’ O’Connor’s headstone in Ardmoneil Graveyard Killorglin

Bryan 'Bryaneen' O'Connor's headstone in Ardmoneil Graveyard Killorglin. Ref: Kt286

The old bilingual road sign post with its raised lettering which were so much...

The old bilingual road sign post with its raised lettering which were so much a feature of the Country in the past. Ref: Kt287

The reception area in the Tom O’Donnell Centre

The reception area in the Tom O'Donnell Centre. Ref: Kt278

Three historic posters connected to the old Carnegie which can be viewed inside the...

Three historic posters connected to the old Carnegie which can be viewed inside the front entrance which were kindly donated by Historian, Patrick 'Pa' Houlihan. Source: Patrick 'Pa' Houlihan Historical Collection. Ref: Kt278

A Killorglin Temperance Society poster, 1935

A Killorglin Temperance Society poster, 1935. Source: Patrick 'Pa' Houlihan Historical Collection. Ref: Kt279